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by: Alison Gillespie

We still have snow!

Photo (this was taken in May) courtesy of Historic Polonia Preservation District It’s been up around 90 over the past...
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by: Susan P

Winter Soundscapes

Mullein is one of my favorite plants to grow because it attracts seed-eating birds, including chickadees and downy woodpeckers, in...
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by: Rebecca Caley

Are you a “New Conservationist”?

In a recent issue of the New Yorker I learned that the current head of the Nature Conservancy is a...
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by: SF

Seeds Give-Away

Contest Closed!   “Plant the Seeds, Frame the Art!” When Ken Greene founded the Hudson Valley Seed Library a dozen...
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Tallamania!

Ranters have been talking to scientist Doug Tallamy, professor and chair of the department of entomology and wildlife ecology at...
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by: Lorlee

Natives and invasives—observations from Toronto

Solomon’s Seal and wood anemone in a TO front garden On the first day of our Toronto garden exploration, we...
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by: Mary

Finding Native-Plant Beauty in the Bronx

While I was visiting New York City earlier this month I didn’t JUST visit the High Line.  Also on my...
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Arrested Development

Aspidistra image courtesy of Shutterstock It’s a term that might best describe gardening in the South. It might best describe...
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by: jennifer

Videographer Teams up with Horticulturist Neighbor

Connecticut-based videographer Patrick Volk emailed me recently, having discovered my blog posts about videos. It seems that this son of...
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by: Jane Scorer

The Assistants

My fair city of Saratoga Springs, NY really feels like a city in the Adirondack woods. We are very close...
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